too many styles for 1 element!

Hi,

How could one simplify (after I started to sketch my webpage) and get rid of so many styles just for 1 element!

F ex like here:

- LINK...

Just want to style my but it seems all the other styles interfere, and seem to be faster produced by FRW, than I can get rid of them!

Any clues for cleaning up the styling?!

BW, Omar KN


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Make sure you use the markdown code for showing ‘code’ or else it makes a weird link in the window:

It should read:

<p class=”f-lp”> - LINK…Just want to style my 
but it seems all the other styles interfere, and 
seem to be faster produced by FRW, than I can 
get rid of them!</p>

To do so put four ~ then put the code snippet in there and then close it with four more ~ : (So with spaces inbetween the ~ it should look like)

~ ~ ~ ~

CODE SNIPPET

~ ~ ~ ~

Also the ‘p class’ of f-lp is a FW standard in its created CSS. It deals with the paragraph margins and since it’s AUTO put in there, you’d have to use an action like Crowbar or Remove Paragraph Tags from ActionsForge.com to remove it.

NOTE: If you’re using Crowbar then you’ll have to manually write in the < p > TEXT IN HERE < / p > tags (spaces excluded).


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You also have the option in the Inspector to only view Permanent Styles (Click on the cog)

That will cut down on the clutter in your styles palette.

David


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